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Nice read so far, pilot stories, and the parts that history books never mention.

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there is a guy who runs a hotel called poppies in calander in Scotland who was one of the test pilots for the harrier and has loads of pictures of him working in the harrier, might be worth a visit if you are ever north of the border

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I finished “The Unit” that I posted above…great read and I highly recommend it.

I bought “Army of None” when it was first released in 2018 and I am just picking it back up again. It’s thick, complex, and full of technical jargon, weapons, and specifications, but it’s a 4.5-star book on Amazon and I’m interested in the subject matter. I know that it’s not as state-of-the-art now six years later…my how time passed when I first bought it! :upside_down_face:

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Currently reading this title that was sent to me by Osprey Publishing for a review.


Germany’s French Allies 1941–45

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Mostly responses under YouTube videos at the moment.

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well this is my next read and it was supposed to ve the book i read first then Kham Duc, oh well nevermind.

Lang Vie gets all the press about the NVA using tanks there but Ben Het, also known sarcastically by the troops there as “Been Hit” also had issues with NVA armour attacks which i hope to find out more about in this book hopefully.

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Reading this one soon.

Fieseler FW 190 Radial Engine Paint, Markings and Production. The Ultimate Guide.
—Brian McDermott

—mike :open_book:

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